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Cerebral Palsy Quiz. By Virginia O’Neill. #1. CP is more commonly found in premature babies than in those who are born full term. True False. #1 Answer. CP is more commonly found in premature babies than in those who are born full term. True False. #2.

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    1. Cerebral Palsy Quiz By Virginia O’Neill

    2. #1 • CP is more commonly found in premature babies than in those who are born full term. • True • False

    3. #1 Answer • CP is more commonly found in premature babies than in those who are born full term. • True • False

    4. #2 • Ataxic and Athetoidare both forms of Dyskinetic CP. • True • False

    5. #2 Answer • Ataxic and Athetoidare both forms of Dyskinetic CP. • True • False

    6. #3 • Involuntarymovements with varying muscle tone are characteristics of non-spastic CP. • True • False

    7. #3 Answer • Involuntarymovements with varying muscle tone are characteristics of Non-spastic CP. • True • False

    8. #4 • CP is NOT a degenerative disease. • True • False

    9. #4 Answer • CP is NOT a degenerative disease. • True • False

    10. #5 • At what age is CP usually diagnosed? • Mid thirties • Upper sixties • Infancy to early childhood • Teenage to early adult

    11. #5 Answer • At what age is CP usually diagnosed? • Mid thirties • Upper sixties • Infancy to early childhood • Teenage to early adult

    12. #6 • Spastic CP involves damage to: • Upper Motor Neurons • The Cerebellum • The Basal Ganglia • The Brain Stem

    13. #6 Answer • Spastic CP involves damage to: • Upper Motor Neurons • The Cerebellum • The Basal Ganglia • The Brain Stem

    14. #7 • The most common form of CP is: • Dyskinetic • Spastic • Ataxic • Mixed

    15. #7 Answer • The most common form of CP is: • Dyskinetic • Spastic • Ataxic • Mixed

    16. #8 • Which of the following terms involve involuntary movement? • Spasticity • Dyskinesia • Dystonia • Ataxia

    17. #8 Answer • Which of the following terms refers to involuntary movement? • Spasticity • Dyskinesia • Dystonia • Ataxia

    18. Short Answer Questions: • What are the 4 types of CP and what are the symptoms that help classify them? • What structural damage corresponds to the different types of CP? • Explain why each case of CP is different for each patient. • Name at least 4 causes of CP.